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Poster: Scrim Date: Apr 17, 2007 2:16pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Best location

I thought Crysler Arena was nice because of it's small size and good feel. One of those "every seat is a good seat" places.

Hartford Civic center has some very steep seating, scary to stand up.

Of the cool places I wish JGB would have played: Landmark Theatre in Syracuse NY.

Interesting place: Barton Hall in 1977. (OK, just kidding ya' all.)

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Poster: Chris Freedom Date: Apr 17, 2007 2:23pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Best location

Best takes to long to grapple with now worst for me was the ICC in Berlin, I had a blast in Berlin itself but the scene around the gig was bizarre, scalpers were trampling the scene in a big way. Inside they had desks instead of seats, it was too much like school,and it was the only place in Berlin where I got a Neo-Nazi type vibe. Went the first night and was totally not into the whole place but I should not have sold my second night tickets because the set list and from what I was told (including a dark Star) was much better night two.

If I had to answer your question it would probably be Red Rocks but how hard is that to call.

I must admit peering through the fence at the Berkely CT
(I think that is what they call the outdoor stage on campus)
that would have been a sweet place to see a show!

"well, well you can never tell"

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